3 responses to “Role of imaging in management of undescended testis (UDT)”

  1. Interesting. I work primarily in ER and as a hospitalist so this clinical situation does not often arise in my practice. Essential information for primary care.

  2. If UDT is suspected before age of six months are examination at 6 months of age is advisable, since some of these gonads may spontaneously descend. Is this meant to read “…..an examination at 6 months…..”.
    We generally examine the babies at 2, 4 and 6 months as routine including checking for descended testes.
    Thank you.

  3. I was told my some peds to wait until 9m of age to refer. Generally, I do refer by 6m as there is a lot of parental anxiety regarding UDT.

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